© James Wilson
Rouse composes primarily orchestral music, an arena in which he has been unusually successful. Nearly every major orchestra in the world has programmed his works. After winning the 1993 Pulitzer Prize in Music for his Trombone Concerto (1990-91), he produced a bumper crop of concerti, including the Violin Concerto and percussion concerto 'Der gerettete Alberich'. His guitar concerto 'Concert de Gaudí' earned Rouse a Grammy Award (Best Contemporary Composition) in 2002.
Boosey & Hawkes
Der gerettete Alberich (1997) for solo percussion and orchestra
Violin Concerto (1991)